Risen Part 3: Jesus, in the flesh

Risen Part 3: Jesus, in the flesh

Jesus spent 40 days preparing his disciples for the great task that was to come, spreading the gospel to all the nations of the earth.

Knowing that Jesus had risen did not adequately prepare the disciples for actually seeing him. There is often a gap between what we know to be true and what we expect.

Micah uses Luke 24:36-43 to help us understand the questions:

  • What should resurrection mean to us?

  • What should we expect after we die and are raised again?

Risen Part 2: Eyes Opened

Risen Part 2: Eyes Opened

Jesus spent 40 days preparing his disciples for the great task that was to come, spreading the gospel to all the nations of the earth.

Until someone truly knows Jesus, they cannot understand what Jesus has done for them on the cross. Using Jesus revelation of himself in Luke 24: 13-27, Micah shows us how we can come to truly know Jesus.

He is RisenMicah Mercer
Risen Part 1: The Turning Point

Risen Part 1: The Turning Point

This new 7-part series will trace the ministry of Jesus in the 40 days between the resurrection and Pentecost.

This first sermon asks the question β€œIs it necessary to believe that Jesus physically came back to life?”, using Matthew 28:1-10.

He is RisenMicah Mercer
Palm Sunday - The Ironic Entry

Palm Sunday - The Ironic Entry

In our lives, incorrect expectations can make us miss out on something amazing. This can also happen with our approach to God.

Micah uses Mark 11:1-18 to help us see how the three reasons Jesus entered Jerusalem in the manner in which he did differed from people's expectations.